The site is the former location of the Longshore Bathhouse, behind the traffic circle in this photo.
The gravel parking lot and entrance drive (foreground, above) are
to be reconfigured and paved.
Here, we look over the concrete foundation of an old lighthouse, toward the
marina. The Town is seeking private funds to build a new decorative
lighthouse, now to serve only as a place to sit and watch the boats
Now, the site is a grass field. The Longshore Bathhouse was recently
demolished. A temporary trailer houses a concession, from which
one can buy food and drink.
Another trailer serves (pardon the pun) as the Tennis Office.
There are primarily two styles of architecture currently in the park, typified by the Inn at Longshore and by the Parks and Recreation Administration Building. The new building is planned to be similar to to the Administration Building, with a stucco finish. Notably, the building previously on the site was of this style also.
The actual design will be presented again at the RTM Meeting at
Town Hall, on July 6, 1999, at 8 PM. In the meantime, the two
existing styles can easily be compared in the photographs below.
First, we see the Inn at Longshore, then the Administration Building:
That concludes our tour. Thanks for coming!